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Gul to replace injured Adil in Pakistan ODI squad
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Gul to replace injured Adil in Pakistan ODI squad

Pakistan seam bowler Ehsan Adil will miss the ongoing one-day international series in Bangladesh due to a hamstring injury and has been replaced by Umar Gul, the country's cricket board said on Saturday. "Ehsan Adil out of Bangladesh series due to hamstring injury. Umar Gul will replace him," the Pakistan Cricket Board said on Twitter. Adil was not part of the Pakistan team which went down by 79 runs in the first of the three matches, their first ODI defeat by Bangladesh in 16 years. Right-arm ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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Afridi has no intentions of going back on ODI retirement

‘My decision is final. We have to understand that the new players will take time to adjust and settle down’ Shahid Afridi during the practice session. Photograph: Vipin Pawar/Solaris Images Pakistan's flamboyant all-rounder Shahid Afridi has ruled out any chance of making a comeback to One-day International cricket, insisting the new players needed time to settle down in the national team. Afridi, who left for Dhaka with a few other players including Ahmed Shehzad to play the lone ...
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ODI rankings: 3 Indian batsmen among top 10; India at No. 2

Three Indians -- Virat Kohli, Shikhar Dhawan and Mahendra Singh Dhoni -- figure among the top-10 ODI batsmen. While Kohli continues to be the highest-ranked Indian batsmen at No 4 in the latest rankings, Dhawan is at six and Dhoni at eight in the chart, still headed by South Africa's A B de Villiers. Unfortunately, there’s no Indian in the top-10 of the bowlers' list, headed by Australia's Mitchell Starc. In the One-day team rankings, India retained second place by virtue of making the ...
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Meet the Delhi Daredevils' Aussie desi

Snapped up for Rs 1.7 crore, Gurinder Sandhu is highly rated by Ricky Ponting. Manu Shankar/Rediff.com reports. Image: Aussie fast bowler Gurinder Sandhu during a practice session at the Feroz Shah Kotla. Photograph: Kind Courtesy, the Delhi Daredevils Back to the game after the heartbreaking semi-final loss to New Zealand in the World Cup, South African wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock is set for his second stint in the Indian Premier League. "It took me a day or two to get over it," de ...
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ICC considering new ODI rules to help bowlers?

In the previous 10 World Cups, no batsmen had ever scored a double century and only once had a team cracked the magical 400-run barrier. In 2015, two batsmen, Chris Gayle (215) and Martin Guptill (237 not out) scored double hundreds. And the 400-run barrier has been broken three times. 'One of the things we might look at is allowing an extra fielder out of the ring in the last 10 overs' Check out the number of fielders inside the circle during the 2015 World Cup semi-final ...
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Narine again reported for 'suspected illegal bowling action'

West Indies mystery spinner Sunil Narine has again been reported for suspect illegal bowling action. This time by the on-field umpires during Kolkata Knight Riders' away IPL match against Sunrisers Hyderabad on April 22. The two on-field umpires who reported Narine for "suspected illegal action" are Richard Illingworth and Vineet Kulkarni. "A suspected illegal bowling action report has been filed by the match officials on certain deliveries bowled by Sunil Narine of Kolkata Knight Riders during ...
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'Bangladesh series loss is a low point in Pakistan cricket history'

Former Pakistan captain Imaran Khan. Photograph: Getty Images Former skipper Imran Khan has joined the chorus of angry fans and ex-cricketers over the national team's ODI whitewash in Bangladesh, terming the 0-3 loss as a "low point in Pakistan cricket history". Imran, speaking on a local television channel, said a culture of nepotism, favouritism and bypassing of merit had resulted in Pakistan cricket hitting a new low. "What do we expect from a weak cricket structure ...
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RCB's fit-again pacer Starc ready to fire against Chennai

Australia and Royal Challengers Bangalore fast bowler Mitchell Starc. Photograph: Paul Kane/Getty Images. Keen to take the field after missing the first few Indian Premier League matches this season due to a knee injury, Royal Challengers Bangalore pacer Mitchell Starc expressed his desire to play against Chennai Super Kings, in Bangalore, on Wednesday.After leading Australia to a successful World Cup campaign, Starc was forced to sit out of RCB's initial games due to a niggle in his knee but ...
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Smith reveals the secrets of his success

Steven Smith raises his bat after completing his half-century. Photograph: BCCI Australia's Steven Smith, attributed his success to calmness and the repetitive process of getting ready for on-field battle. "Probably, just my patience and preparations. I am preparing the same way for every game, making sure I am doing the same things over and over with my routines," Smith said. "When I get out in the middle I am starting the same each time and trying to build an innings, give myself a chance ...
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'Regular spot in Test side has helped me develop as a cricketer'

Murali Vijay. Photograph: BCCI Despite enjoying reasonable success Down Under in Test matches, India opener Murali Vijay says he equally enjoys playing in the shorter formats despite the transition from five-day cricket to T20 being 'tough'. The 31-year-old also feels that a regular spot in the Test side has helped him develop as a cricketer and his next target is to find a way to play in all three formats. "I started my career thinking I am going to play all three formats and not just Tests.
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